NEW NAME, SAME MISSION! Our new name was chosen after years of Board deliberation to more accurately reflect the organization’s energetic work to protect the cultural and natural resources that define the character of Chestnut Hill and its surrounding communities. The organization’s three core goals of its longstanding mission remain the same: (1) to preserve Chestnut Hill architecture and balance beneficial development with protection of significant resources; (2) to maintain the Chestnut Hill and Wissahickon Archives and provide for the discovery and care of community heritage; and (3) to conserve natural land, protect the Wissahickon watershed, and maintain the area’s uniquely green character, as the nation’s first accredited urban land trust. Read the full press release.
- MORE BIG NEWS! We’ve Received William Penn Foundation funding for the collaborative Chestnut Hill Residential Conservation and Development Study.
- WE’RE HIRING! Seeking a Conservation and Easements Manager for our growing program.
- PARENTS: Join the monthly Chestnut Hill Explorers’ Club for Kids–next on Sat., Feb. 11
- The 2017 Program Brochure is available! Tours, Explorers Club for kids, 50th Anniversary events, and more…
- The Vanna Venturi House, a masterpiece of 20th century architecture, has received preservation protection.
- RENT: Office space above the Chestnut Hill Conservancy is available now.